The Brazilian carrier Azul Linhas Aéreas released its 2022 first-quarter results, and we can say Azul began the year with profitability, posting a net income of 2.65 billion reais (around US$518 million). Moreover, the airline expects to achieve an all-time operating...
The past year has seen a plethora of announcements from the handful of eVTOL OEMs. With these announcements one has to ask, is there a bubble? There are some big players on the OEM side of the business – Airbus, Bell, and Embraer among them. Boeing is involved...
Azul’s road to success in 2021 has come despite the COVID-19 pandemic and net losses in the first three quarters of the year. The airline has gained consolidation as Brazil’s most connected and largest operator, surpassing local competitors LATAM Brazil and GOL...
This morning in Mobile Alabama, Airbus unveiled the first A220 for Breeze Airways. Last night at a dinner for the media, David Neeleman, CEO of Breeze briefly spoke about this event. He is clearly excited about the A220 and explained how its range enables the airline...
Last month, we talked about Africa offering a strong opportunity for the turboprop market. Now, we’ll do the same analysis for the Latin American region. As we can see in the following table, the turboprop commercial fleet is less than a quarter of the whole...
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